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Visiting Alpine Zoo Innsbruck 

Nestled in the heart of Innsbruck, the Alpine Zoo Innsbruck is a captivating sanctuary where nature's wonders come to life. Explore diverse alpine wildlife in natural habitats, from majestic eagles to charming marmots, and witness the beauty of the Alps up close.

Why Visit Alpine Zoo Innsbruck?

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck 
  • Alpine Wildlife: Encounter a diverse range of alpine animals, including rare species like lynx, ibex, and brown bears.
  • Natural Habitats: Witness animals thriving in spacious enclosures designed to resemble their native habitats, promoting their well-being.
  • Spectacular Views: Enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Alps as you explore the zoo, creating a picturesque backdrop for your visit.
  • Educational Experience: Learn about alpine ecology and conservation through informative exhibits and engaging activities for all ages.
  • Family-Friendly: Perfect for families, the zoo offers a fun and educational experience, captivating the young and the young at heart.

Zones at Alpine Zoo Innsbruck

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

Alpine Animals

Immerse yourself in the natural habitats of Alpine-native animals, observing graceful ibex, agile chamois, elusive snow hares, and the majestic lynx in their alpine home.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

Birds of Prey

Marvel at the magnificence of birds of prey, including the soaring golden eagles and the impressive bearded vultures, showcasing their aerial prowess in the Alpine sky.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

Aquatic Life

Explore the diversity of freshwater life in the Alpine region, as you encounter an array of aquatic species inhabiting the clear alpine waters.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

Forest Animals

Step into the forest zone to encounter the awe-inspiring brown bears and the mysterious wolves, witnessing these majestic creatures in a setting resembling their natural woodland habitat.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

Domestic Animals

Meet the adorable Valais Blacknose Sheep and other charming domestic animals native to the Alpine region, providing a delightful glimpse into the traditional alpine farming practices.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

Reptiles and Amphibians

Discover the world of alpine reptiles and amphibians, observing these unique creatures that have adapted to the alpine environment's specific challenges.

What to do at Alpine Zoo Innsbruck?

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

The Zoo

Alpine Zoo Innsbruck houses a captivating array of alpine wildlife in natural habitats, providing an educational and entertaining experience for all. Encounter ibex, chamois, lynx, and other native species amidst the stunning backdrop of the Alps.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

The Restaurant

The zoo's ANIMAHL restaurant offers a delightful dining experience with picturesque views of the alpine landscape. Savour delicious regional cuisine and refreshments, making it an ideal spot to relax and recharge during your visit.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

The Museum

Explore the zoo's informative Weiherburg museum, where you can deepen your understanding of alpine ecology, conservation efforts, and the fascinating lives of the animals that call the Alpine region home.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

The Playgrounds

Perfect for young visitors, the zoo boasts fun and safe playgrounds where children can unleash their energy amidst the natural beauty of the Alps, ensuring a memorable family outing.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

Birthdays and Events

Celebrate special occasions amidst the wonders of nature at Alpine Zoo Innsbruck. The zoo offers a unique setting for birthdays and events, providing a memorable experience surrounded by alpine wildlife and breathtaking scenery.

Plan Your Visit To Alpine Zoo Innsbruck

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  • Nov to Mar:
    Daily: 9 AM to 5 PM
    Last Entry: 4 PM
  • Apr to Oct:
    Daily: 9 AM to 6 PM
    Last Entry: 5 PM

Best Time To Visit: April to October is the best time to visit Alpine Zoo.

Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.

Address: Weiherburggasse 37a, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria

Find on Maps.

  • By Bus: Line 501, 504
    Nearest Stop: Innsbruck Dreiheiligenstraße, Innsbruck Ing.-Etzel-Straße
  • By Rail: Line A1, A3, S4, S5
    Nearest Stop: Innsbruck Ing.-Etzel-Straße
  • By Car: Distance from Airport: 5.4 km
    Car Parking: Parkplatz Alps Zoo, Parcheggio Bellaflora
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  • Abide by the zoo's specific opening hours for a well-timed and enjoyable visit.
  •  Wear suitable footwear, as some paths may be steep and require comfortable shoes.
  • Follow safety instructions from the staff to ensure a secure experience.
  • Show consideration to the animals, refraining from disturbing them during your visit.
  • Avoid feeding animals, as it can be harmful to their well-being.
  • For the safety of the animals and your pets, please refrain from bringing dogs into the zoo area, as it may cause unnecessary stress to the wildlife.
Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.
  • Hungerburgbahn: Take a ride on the Hungerburgbahn funicular to Hungerburg Station and enjoy stunning views of Innsbruck and the surrounding Alps.
  • Nordkette Cable Car: Head to the Nordkette Cable Car and ascend to Hafelekar for breathtaking panoramas and hiking opportunities in the Nordkette mountain range.
  • Ambras Castle: Visit the nearby Ambras Castle, a Renaissance-era fortress showcasing art collections, historical exhibits, and beautiful gardens.
  • Innsbruck Old Town: Explore the charming Innsbruck Old Town, strolling through cobbled streets lined with colourful buildings, historical landmarks, and lively cafes.
  • Café: The zoo has ANIMAHL café where visitors can enjoy refreshments and snacks
  • Accessibility: The facility is partially wheelchair accessible, with non-slip, even, and step-free paths. 
  • Washrooms: There is a disabled toilet available at the zoo.
  • Enclosed walkways: Visitors can explore the zoo on a self-guided tour, navigating through the different habitat areas via a network of enclosed walkways.
Alpine Zoo, Innsbruck.
  • For steep paths, wear comfortable shoes for ease during the zoo visit.
  •  Allocate at least 2 hours for a visit to explore the zoo thoroughly.
  • Follow safety instructions provided by the staff.
  • Treat animals with respect, avoiding any disturbances.
  • Bring a camera to capture stunning views of the surrounding mountains and Innsbruck.
  • Explore the zoo's different habitats via enclosed walkways and plan which areas to visit first.
  • Look for seasonal events or activities on the official website or by contacting the zoo.
  • Keep in mind that dogs are not allowed, as their presence can disturb the zoo's wild animals.

All Your Questions About Alpine Zoo Innsbruck Tickets Answered

Where can I buy Alpine Zoo Innsbruck tickets?

You can purchase Alpine Zoo Innsbruck tickets online.

Can I buy Alpine Zoo Innsbruck tickets online?

Yes, you can easily buy your tickets online.

What is the cost of Alpine Zoo Innsbruck tickets?

The cost of Alpine Zoo Innsbruck tickets is €49.

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Yes, you can get discounts on your Apline Zoo Innsbruck tickets if you purchase them online.

What is Alpine Zoo Innsbruck?

Alpine Zoo Innsbruck is a captivating wildlife sanctuary located in the heart of Innsbruck, featuring diverse alpine animals in natural habitats.

How to reach Alpine Zoo Innsbruck?

You can reach Alpine Zoo Innsbruck by rail, bus or car.

Where is Alpine Zoo Innsbruck located?

Alpine Zoo Innsbruck is located at Weiherburggasse 37a, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria.

What are some of the highlights of Alpine Zoo Innsbruck?

Alpine Zoo Innsbruck showcases native alpine animals like ibex, lynx, and brown bears, providing stunning views of the Alps and educational exhibits.

What are the timings of Alpine Zoo Innsbruck?

The Alpine Zoo Innsbruck opens from 9 AM to 5 PM.

Is it worth visiting Alpine Zoo Innsbruck?

Alpine Zoo Innsbruck offers an enriching experience with its alpine wildlife, breathtaking surroundings, and educational opportunities, making it a must-visit attraction for nature enthusiasts.